Data center and networking architecture to keep your data safe and moving

Flash Gaining a Surprising Array of New Features

02 Sep, 2015

When evaluating a Flash storage solution, the actual Flash should be the least of your concerns. ...More >

GPUs Lift Graphics Workloads onto the Virtual Layer

01 Sep, 2015

With CPUs poised to start feeling the burn from data-intensive applications, deployment of GPUs is likely to become more of the norm in the data center than the exception. ...More >

VMware and the Container in the Room

31 Aug, 2015

If containers are to become the new “it technology,” VMware will have to dominate there as well. ...More >

The Need for Real-Time Big Data Across the Enterprise

28 Aug, 2015

With Big Data, it isn’t so much the size of the volumes that should be causing consternation but the speed at which they need to be ingested and analyzed. ...More >

The Data Center in the New Digital Economy

26 Aug, 2015

The enterprise is being forced into a series of tough decisions regarding infrastructure, architecture and technology at a time when the use case for the data center itself is undergoing dramatic change. ...More >

Multiple Clouds Still Require a Single Backup Solution

25 Aug, 2015

The trend toward unified backup and recovery is driven largely by the rise of disparate data environments that stretch across multiple clouds and data platforms. ...More >

Tapping into the Enterprise Need for Hyperscale

24 Aug, 2015

Pushing hyperscale architectures to the common enterprise market is the only logical way in which traditional IT vendors can get in on the action. ...More >

Same Old Cloud, All New Enterprise

21 Aug, 2015

It may be tempting to view new cloud developments as the beginning of a new cloud, but the reality is that this is the same cloud that we’ve known for the past few years. ...More >

The Enterprise in the Post-Virtualization Era

19 Aug, 2015

In the era of Big Data and real-time application performance, containers offer better support than monolithic virtual environments, and the disruptor is now becoming the disrupted. ...More >

Who, or What, Controls the Software-Defined Data Center?

18 Aug, 2015

At this point, it seems that the only certainty when it comes to data center software is that it will have to be based on open standards. ...More >

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